Tempers ignited by Trump Tweets This week YPR published a story about local reactions to racist tweets President Trump posted last weekend. One man whose comments were in our story says his business received abusive calls and messages after the story was broadcast.
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- Montana State Prison Mental Illness Case Reinstated
- Federal Agencies Miss Deadline, Stalling MMIW Bills
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- Montana Rabbis Speak On Trump Tweet, Daines Support
- Chippewa Cree Consider Changes To Constitution
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Nearly 40 years into their career, The Flaming Lips remain remarkably ageless and endlessly creative. They return this week with another heady, psychedelic pop record inspired by a surreal art installation by frontman Wayne Coyne. On this week's New Music Friday, we climb inside the band's kaleidoscopic new record, The K ing's Mouth. Also on the show: the powerful pop voice of Freya Riding, Tony Molina's fuzzy 15-song collection Songs From San Mateo County (which clocks in at roughly 15...